Barnet Football Club



David Tutonda believes the Bees will bounce back from Solihull defeat

On the run coming to an end 

We’re obviously disappointed to lose the run, but we’ve been taking every game one at a time. Obviously it’s a shame to lose the run but we will look to bounce back as soon as possible. 

On the second-half performance 

We had a chat about our slow starts and that is obviously something that we are trying to amend now. We now just have to look forward to the next game and start as fast as possible. We have to get a lead on our hands. 

On the Bees growing into the match 

They are a pretty big side, so compared to them they were 6″3 plus. It was difficult to combat them in that sense. 

I felt we dealt with them pretty well as a whole. They obviously got the penalty, but other than that I can’t really remember many other chances they had. It’s obviously really disappointing to concede that way and go in behind at half time. 

On not getting too low following the defeat  

When you’re winning games everyone wants to mention the run or this or that. Everyone in the changing room takes it week by week, we have targets and aims that we try to fulfil so that’s the way to go about it. 

On bouncing back Saturday 

It’s another tough game and we’re going into that one now. We have to bounce back from here. 

I just want to thank the fans for coming out and I wish them all a safe trip home.